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Jun 16, 2016

Nationwide chops rates across the board

Feb 11, 2016

Fixed rates hit all-time low last year

Dec 09, 2015

One in four homeowners will struggle when base rate rises

Nov 11, 2015

Number of ten-year fixed rate mortgages doubles in a year

Jul 28, 2015

Fixed rates offer cheaper repayments than variable – Moneyfacts

Jun 10, 2015

Fixed rate mortgage fees drop £149

Apr 01, 2015

Metro launch 2-year fixed 1.99 per cent mortgage

Mar 11, 2015

Mortgage lending slowdown hailed as sign of healthier market

Mar 09, 2015

Mortgage rates will not fall further, warns Virgin

Mar 06, 2015

Mounting house prices leave first-time buyers £77,000 worse off

Mar 05, 2015

Month-on-month house prices down in February

Feb 09, 2015

Broker struggle to place cases reveals market ‘too conservative’

Feb 08, 2015

Blog: the problem with the new mortgage rules

Jan 27, 2015

Interest rate could rise earlier than predicted says BoE’s Forbes

Jan 27, 2015

Gross mortgage borrowing £20bn higher in 2014

Jan 21, 2015

Nationwide to launch lowest ever 10-year fixed rate

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